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Time progress bar with CSS

In this article we are going to experiment with a new value for the CSS position property to create a progress bar reading the articles without the need of using PHP or JavaScript, just HTML and CSS.

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CSS to the rescue: Improving UX in forms

Forms are one of the most forgotten element in web design. But this doesn’t make much sense because forms are where the user interact with our apps or website. Let’s revise how we can improve the UX with new CSS pseudo-classes.

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Flexbox vs CSS Grid: A Practical Example

After the recent compatibility of CSS Grid with the latest versions of the most used browsers, it stands as an alternative to Flexbox. Therefore, we will see some details that differentiate one from another by a small example, to be able to check their differences and how they can fit better our needs.

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Trends in Web Design in 2017

This is going to be an exciting year as far as trends in web design are concerned. We will see how the form and tools of the designer and web designer work with the latest CSS specifications and where to find inspiration for new projects.

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My 9 favourite Atom extensions

Atom is an open source editor developed by GitHub itself. One of its most notable features is its high customization. In this article you will find our selection of 9 extensions essential for working and improving our workflow.

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How to make a web: What is CSS? [Part 2]

We continue with the second part of the tutorial on how a web works. In this case it is the turn to the CSS, language much beloved in SiloCreativo. We will talk about versions, selectors and utility links.

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How to make a web: What is HTML? [Part 1]

HTML is the base language for web design. In this first part of the basic tutorial on how a web works we will see what the attributes, the opening and closing tags are, and how to conjugate HTML with CSS.

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Media Queries in CSS. How do They Work?

In responsive web design we need some CSS rules that allow us to apply styles according to the size of the screen of our resolution, being able to adapt the design to all devices: mobiles, tablets, desktop …